By Erick Bocher
It has finally begun. NFL 2009.
In theory it started last week on the smurf turf in Boise, Idaho in a game ordained to be remembered for what occurred afterwards the blunt Blount bash -more memorable than anything that took place at a small number of point in the 60 minutes of regulation.
And presently the Steelers – hoping to turn into the first franchise ever since the Pats to do it again – started their championship defense with a satisfying victory over Tennessee to launch the ’09 NFL year.
I recognize I am not as productive throughout football season. All of a sudden, I’m only doing stuff in between commercials, if ever, on weekends, plus Thursday nights, Friday nights, and Monday nights.
Then throw in fantasy football – which severely lessens the amount of time I would otherwise be working, writing, or doing something prolific-and more time than I care to confess get spent on this sport.
This time of year, I certainly do not eat as healthy.
Wednesday night, I had fish with steamed vegetables and went for a swim after a six mile jog.
Thursday (game day), I had a super burrito, too many chips, beers, ice cream, more chips, and watched the movie Max Payne following the game, prior to checking fantasy stats for Kerry Collins and then staggering to bed, full from the chips.
Do not recognize if there are any football detox programs and even if there , I wouldn’t voluntarily take part. Hopefully my family wouldn’t stage some sort of intervention.
Fact is, I do not want to quit, but as a Broncos devotee that might change as the year progresses.
NFL and NCAA football are religion for a big percentage of the population. We’re corn chip-devouring cult members following the rantings of Chris Collinsworth.
So it is on. The 2009 season commenced and, for better or for worse, life will not be the same until a month into 2010, when the natural football detox begins.
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